Go Global

International experience-based learning encompasses academic internships, cooperative education, research, and service learning opportunities abroad. International experiential learning allows students to apply classroom knowledge in a real-world setting while gaining a better understanding of a given field in a global context.

Why Go Abroad

As they strive to produce a globally competent workforce, employers are interested in students who have international work experience. Students who go abroad demonstrate that they have the skills and cultural sensitivity to succeed.

By working abroad, you apply your academic learning to real-world problems and adapt to multi-cultural environments. Success today demands increased adaptability, cross-cultural competency, and intellectual flexibility.

Our team in the College of Cooperative Education and Professional Studies works closely with UC International to offer these programs.

Explore Your World

Explore the possibilities open to you through UC International.

In addition, read about international work experiences you can have:

If you aren't sure whether working abroad is for you, consider taking a course to explore your options and interests.

Finally, learn how you can afford to go abroad.

Come See Us

Curious about your options for going abroad? Come talk to us! Make an appointment in Handshake or stop by our table at these campus events:

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Erin Bove

Associate Director, International Programs

(513) 556-4535

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Willie D. Clark III

Director and Assistant Professor, International Programs

(513) 556-0354